Rami Tal serves as principal flutist in the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, IBA with whom he performs and records as a soloist. He graduated from the music academies of Hamburg, where he studies under Prof. Karlheinz Zoeller and Freiburg, where his teachers included prof. William Bennet. He is a founding member of Musica Nova Ensemble. He performs widely as a soloist in Israel and abroad, gives recitals and plays in different chamber ensembles with repertoire ranging from the Baroque to contemporary music, often playing alongside his wife, Sara Tal. His performance of ‘Ve’Simachta Levav’ (Yehezkel Braun) received honorary mention by the Culture and Art Council. He has participated in music festivals in Europe alongside artists such as the Menderling Quartet, pianist Ian Fauntaine and others. Tal teaches wind instruments’ chamber music at Telma Yalin.